A man asks Holmes to investigate the strange behavior of his wife.
David spends a few days in London before returning to Yarmouth.
Two family patriarchs pass away without full reconciliation. Amelia's newfound wealth brings a new set of "friends".
Dantes becomes a successful smuggler while on board his new vessel.
Miriam and Donatello recognize the dead monk.
by Andrew Lang
A prince seeks immortality and finds three different kingdoms in which the kings cannot die until they perform a certain task. He finally finds the queen of life and death in the Land of Immortality.
by Victor Hugo
As time passes, Quasimodo grows up, and an aging Claude must reconcile himself with his choices.
Arriving in the city, Coverdale spends most of his time alone in his rooms.
Miss Sutherland entreats Sherlock Holmes to help her find her mysterious fiancee that has disappeared. However, he did not give her enough information in their rushed engagement.
Pip has dinner at the house of Matthew Pocket and observes the strange social lives of the Pocket family.
The history of the inhabitants of Dunbayne is revealed.
Dobbin delivers a letter to George.
by Mary Shelley
Victor’s mother dies from scarlet fever she caught from nursing Elizabeth back to health just before he leaves for the university at Ingolstadt. He is discouraged in the study of the natural sciences, but continues his studies in the sciences after an encouraging chemistry lecture.
by Victor Hugo
Fleur-de-Lys' and two young heiresses gossip in a house across from the Notre Dame in the presence of a young captain, Phoebus de Chateaupers. The captain, having been born into nobility, currently finds himself ill at ease in polite society. Phoebus, having witnessed a performance by Esmeralda, approaches her to discuss the actions of Quasimodo.
The author tells the story of James Webster Smith.
William travels to Belgium, where he discovers a new line of employment.
The journey continues to Tampa, where the workings of the city are observed. There are pests and problems as well as the beauty of the natural world.
Laurence invites the girls to go camping.
The narrator discusses loquat trees, riverbank fishing, and the habitat along the riverbanks of the St. Johns River.
During his dinner part the Count of Monte Cristo speaks about the history of the Auteuil house.
Reception Speech. At Finsbury Chapel, Moorfields, England, May 12, 1846 & Dr Campbell's Reply.
George's involvement with Tanis begins to take a toll on his health and reputation. George receives his first invitation into the Good Citizen's League.
A Lecture delivered at the Evening Meeting of the Royal Geographical Society, 24th March, 1879.